The brief was to design an inviting, elegant family home with spaces that would work for both entertaining & family living. The warm, chocolate toned herringbone throughout the house gave the whole scheme a sense of depth. Using this as their base, Covet Noir curated a palette of rich finishes to reinforce the client's desired sense of elegance. The lower ground floor is home to the kitchen & dining area leading out onto a sundrenched courtyard. The warm veining of the Calacatta Borghini worktops in the kitchen picked up the bronze undertone of the ironmongery specified throughout the house. This language of materials helps to unify the five floors of this Victorian townhouse.
An important aspect of the design was sympathetically reintroducing period detailing that had been stripped from the house by the previous owners. By introducing new plasterware, internal doors & mouldings Covet Noir were able to give the home a renewed character. As well as specifying all the finishes, sanitaryware & detailing in the scheme Covet Noir were also responsible for curating a full suite of FF&E, window treatments & styling of the townhouse. Using a layered mix of materials to create a relaxed sense of luxury.